- The 5th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Incorporating The 7th Australian International Speech Science and Technology Conference, Sydney Convention Centre, Sydney, Australia, 30th November - 4th December 1998. ISCA 1998
- Graeme M. Clark:
Cochlear implants in the second and third millennia.
- Stephanie Seneff:
The use of linguistic hierarchies in speech understanding.
- Paul C. Bagshaw:
Unsupervised training of phone duration and energy models for text-to-speech synthesis.
- Alex Acero:
A mixed-excitation frequency domain model for time-scale pitch-scale modification of speech.
- Stéphanie de Tournemire:
Automatic transcription of intonation using an identified prosodic alphabet.
- Robert H. Mannell:
Formant diphone parameter extraction utilising a labelled single-speaker database.
- Evelyne Tzoukermann:
Text analysis for the bell labs French text-to-speech system.
- Nick Campbell:
Multi-lingual concatenative speech synthesis.
- Takashi Saito:
On the use of F0 features in automatic segmentation for speech synthesis.
- Gregor Möhler:
Describing intonation with a parametric model.
- Kuansan Wang:
An event driven model for dialogue systems.
- Gregory Aist:
Expanding a time-sensitive conversational architecture for turn-taking to handle content-driven interruption.
- Takeshi Kawabata:
Emergent computational dialogue management architecture for task-oriented spoken dialogue systems.
- Michael F. McTear:
Modelling spoken dialogues with state transition diagrams: experiences with the CSLU toolkit.
- Phil Rose:
Tones of a tridialectal: acoustic and perceptual data on ten linguistic tonetic contrasts between lao, nyo and standard Thai.
- Napier Guy Ian Thompson:
Tone sandhi between complex tones in a seven-tone southern Thai dialect.
- Alexander Robertson Coupe:
The acoustic and perceptual features of tone in the tibeto-burman language ao naga.
- Phil Rose:
The differential status of semivowels in the acoustic phonetic realisation of tone.
- Janet E. Cahn:
A computational memory and processing model for prosody.
- Belinda Collins:
Convergence of fundamental frequencies in conversation: if it happens, does it matter?
- Shunichi Ishihara:
An acoustic-phonetic description of word tone in kagoshima Japanese.
- Jiangping Kong:
EGG model of ditoneme in Mandarin.
- Haruo Kubozono:
A syllable-based generalization of Japanese accentuation.
- Hyuck-Joon Lee:
Non-adjacent segmental effects in tonal realization of accentual phrase in seoul Korean.
- Kikuo Maekawa:
Phonetic and phonological characteristics of paralinguistic information in spoken Japanese.
- Arman Maghbouleh:
ToBI accent type recognition.
- Thomas Portele:
Perceived prominence and acoustic parameters in american English.
- Wataru Tsukahara:
An algorithm for choosing Japanese acknowledgments using prosodic cues and context.
- Sandra P. Whiteside:
Simulated emotions: an acoustic study of voice and perturbation measures.